Through the Advance College Project (ACP) students can get full college credits at a substantial savings compared to standard on-campus rates.
Subject to the approval of the Indiana University (IU) Board of Trustees, ACP students pay a special off-campus undergraduate resident tuition rate that is lower than the per-credit-hour rate on any of the IU campuses because ACP students do not use campus facilities and services.
Tuition charged is determined by taking the current $25 per-credit-hour rate and multiplying it by the number of credit hours in which the student is enrolling. ACP students are not subject to a flat fee schedule. ACP students pay the resident tuition charge regardless of residency status.
Tuition is waived for ACP students eligible for free or reduced lunch upon confirmation by high school guidance counselor.
Tuition Benefit, formerly known as Fee Courtesy, is granted to full-time university employees. Disabled veteran's benefits may apply toward ACP tuition.
Biology L112 Biological Mechanisms Business F260 Personal Finance Business W100 Introduction to Business Economics E201/E103 Introduction to Microeconomics Economics E202/E104 Introduction to Macroeconomics English L202 Literary Interpretation English W131 Reading, Writing, & Inquiry I French F200/F203 Second Year French I French F250/F204 Second Year French II Geology G103 Earth Sciences: Materials and Processes Geology G104 Evolution of the Earth German G200 Intermediate German I German G250 Second Year German II History H105 American History I H106 American History II History M118 Finite Mathematics Mathematics M119 Brief Survey of Calculus Physiology P130 Human Biology Political Science Y103 Psychology P101 Introduction to Psychology I Psychology P102 Introduction to Psychology II Public Speaking/Oral Communication S121/P155 Sociology S100 Introduction to Sociology Spanish S200/S203 Second Year Spanish I Spanish S250/S204 Second Year Spanish II Spanish S280/311 Spanish Grammar
German G150 Beginning German II Mathematics M211 Calculus I Mathematics M212 Calculus II Spanish S150/S112 Beginning Spanish II
Biology L100 Humans and the Biological World Chemistry C101/C121 Elementary Chemistry (includes lab) Chemistry C105/C125 Chemistry I (includes lab) Chemistry C106/C126 Chemistry II (includes lab) Mathematics M215 Calculus I Mathematics M216 Calculus II Physics P221 Physics I
Paper billing statements (via U.S. Mail) are sent to ACP students. Indiana University generates bursar statements electronically and provides the option of Web payments for paying tuition and other charges to students with IU IT accounts. A student can view their bill electronically by going to one.iu.edu and log in with their IU account.
The IU bursar bill notification is sent electronically to students' IU e-mail account, if one exists. Students can create access for parent(s) to receive billing notifications, print bill copies, and make electronic payments, and we strongly recommend that you do so. If you have further questions, please contact Student Central on Union by email at email@example.com call (812) 855-6500.
Tuition Benefit Information Dependent children of full-time IU faculty and staff are entitled to Tuition Benefit. A Tuition Benefit form must be on file for each semester during which the student is enrolled and should be completed in advance of registration. IU employees may apply online at the University Human Resources Website.
Child of Veteran and Public Safety Officer Benefit Information Educational benefits are available through the Child of Veteran and Public Safety Officer (CVO) Supplemental Grant Program. Visit the website to see if you qualify, or call them by phone at (317) 232-2350 or (888) 528-4719 for more information. Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and CVO applications must be on file.
Financial Responsibility A student who is admitted and enrolled in an IU course through the ACP program agrees to pay the tuition rate for each course and should understand that the enrollment creates a binding legally enforceable contract. Important to know: Non-payment of tuition or failure to earn a passing grade for a course does not constitute a drop or withdrawal from the course. In addition, the student will still be obligated to pay the course tuition.
Questions regarding your IU bill can be directed to the IU Office of the Bursar.